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Guest - Mar 30, 2005 02:38 PM EDT
Thanks, Vicki. I have lots of photos taken in Coshise County. However, they are all in slides and I just have never gotten around to converting them to digital. I'll just have to get down there and take some digital photos.
Guest - Mar 30, 2005 02:47 AM EDT
Nicely done, Gary.Thanks for the history lessons too - gives your photo even more "life"!
Guest - Mar 29, 2005 04:16 PM EDT
Randy, southeastern Arizona is my favorite part of the state. All kinds of history, such as Tombstone and the huge area where Geronimo and his band roamed. Also, there are several mountain ranges which rise from the desert floor to an elevation of several thousand feet. I have spent time in the summer camping out on the peaks of these ranges. It is nice and cool up there and you can look down at the desert floor where the air is literally shimmering with the heat waves. The entire area is in Cochise County. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Guest - Mar 29, 2005 12:45 PM EDT
Great shot! The colors and composition really make this image. I was in southeastern AZ back in August, loved it.
Guest - Oct 05, 2004 11:53 PM EDT
The shot was taken in Arizona, northeast of Phoenix about 50 miles. The nearest highway is called the Beeline. It goes between Mesa and Payson, AZ. The mountain is known as Four Peaks.
Guest - Oct 05, 2004 05:42 PM EDT
Beauiful shot. Where was it taken?
Guest - Oct 03, 2004 11:18 PM EDT
Thanks! Yep. They sure will grab you if you give them half a chance. I have had them stuck in my boots many times because they "lurk" on the ground, waiting for the next victim.
Guest - Oct 01, 2004 04:02 AM EDT
such an appealing contrast here, - the cacti in the foreground have a pleasing "haze" over them, formed by the spikes, which gives the misleading idea of softness/fuzziness somehow, which of course we know isn't correct. And the mountains in the background in a contrasting colour to the cacti green, --you have an eye for capturing great scenes.
Guest - Sep 27, 2004 04:36 PM EDT
No tocar !!

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